When we first moved to Arizona my husband and I rescued a black kitten. Did you know that black cats are much less likely to be adopted, due to peoples’ superstitions? So that is of course what we named him, “Superstition” or “Super” for short. That cat had a lot of personality. From an early age he learned just the right way to get what he wanted. He would walk along the plastic blinds that covered our patio door and wake us in the middle of the night for cuddles.
What are the reasons that make Thanksgiving so special to our society? I hear so many people get excited for a few days off work and a lot of tasty food but people rarely talk about what they are thankful for when they talk about Thanksgiving. We say the phrase “Give Thanks” a lot at this time of year but do we really understand the meaning of those words?
We don’t have to tell you the world of healthcare is a little extra crazy right now. Each day is a new adventure rivaling the wildest roller coasters I’ve been on. So, while we ride that ride with its ups and downs, navigating the twists and turns, Inphonite has found solace and smooth sailing thanks to our wonderful partners, employees and our incredible Inphonite customer family.
Nature, the great outdoors, it’s all around us. While it often goes unnoticed or neglected, it is still there. What’s interesting is that nature, this essential part of our planet, can provide many benefits to our health but we often forget because we have become distracted by our routines and our busy lives. As a society, we have become inclined to spend much of our time with technology.
The patient experience is ever-changing in the healthcare world. Advances in technology, paired with the rising costs of healthcare, are changing the expectations of what patient care should be. The patient experience has been defined by the Beryl Institute as, “The sum of all interactions, shaped by an organization’s culture, that influence patient perceptions across the continuum of care.”
This one goes out to those that care for others. The unsung heroes. The caregivers.
There are two types of caregivers, formal and informal. Formal caregivers are paid healthcare professionals, whereas informal caregivers are individuals that provide care to someone, usually a loved one or family member with no financial gain.
We often get caught up in our day to day routines so much that we do not stop to think about those around us. This can also be true of businesses as well. It is easy to be distracted by all of the aspects of running a business and sometimes your relationships with the people you serve can be neglected. Well, today is national Get to Know Your Customers Day and we want to take this opportunity to get to know you better.
On my 1st day with Inphonite, my staff said to me, “We were trained and it's integrated completely.”
We make set up a snap by setting automatic or manual integration to smoothly send your messages. Then we take time to personally train each and every customer until they are satisfied and confident working with Inphonite and InphoniteVoice.
Healthcare is taken for granted by many, especially for those of us in 1st world countries. There are many people throughout the world who have very little and are not able to go to the doctor for every little sniffle that comes their way. Even in life threatening situations there are those that must walk hours, sometimes days, to a hospital to get care that they can barely afford.
As another storm season continues to blast the USA, this article focuses on several resources that businesses may need from time to time. From the basics of calling 911 to widespread Federal Emergencies, this list serves as a good reminder when handling these situations.
This year as we look back, it’s easy to see the incredible changes—the biggest one being that we moved our offices less than a month ago. People asked why and it was always a comical conversation chatting about better air conditioning and the new balconies that we are loving. The largest truth is simply this however: We needed a change.
Healthcare is taking the fundamental baby steps of growth. Cell Phones are fast becoming an essential part of daily life for everyone, from playing the latest games or using various apps to pay for our coffee and groceries, to searching the internet. These mini computers are easy to carry and allow you to have the vast knowledge of the world at your fingertips. Soon, they will be just as important in the healthcare industry.